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Eating a Minimalist Diet (Dietitian Approved!)

Eating a minimalist diet means keeping your food choices simple. It’s about giving up strict and complicated diets for a way of eating that nourishes your body more simply and intuitively. For the rest of this article, we’ll be digging deep into what a minimalist diet is and is not. But first, let’s clear up […] Read more…

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Minimalist Pantry Labels (Cute & Organized!)

Looking for minimalist labels for canisters and spice jars in your pantry but not sure where to find the best ones? That was me too! That’s why I did the research to find the best options and shared it here. Seeing the comparison of all the options will help you find the perfect minimalist pantry […] Read more…

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Growing Lettuce Indoors 3 Ways!

Right now we are growing lettuce indoors. Having a little garden has always been my dream but we live in a basement apartment so it’s a bit of a challenge! But it is possible even if you get very little natural light! The 3 best options for growing lettuce indoors include: Regrowing lettuce from scraps […] Read more…

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Freezer Organizers: Use These Tools & Ideas to Tame Your Freezer

Freezer Organization Looking for tips on how to organize your freezer or some freezer organization hacks? This article has you covered with more than 25 ideas! There’s also suggestions for freezer organizers like freezer bins, freezer baskets, freezer dividers, etc that you can use to really maximize your freezer space! As always, I recommend doing […] Read more…

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21 Arm & Hammer Baking Soda Uses for Your Kitchen

You may think baking soda has but one use… after all, it does have the word “baking” in its name. But think again! There are multiple uses for Arm & Hammer baking soda in the kitchen, including cleaning, unclogging drains, eliminating odors, and more. Please note, this post is not sponsored by Arm & Hammer. […] Read more…

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How Much Should I Spend On Groceries?

Grocery spending varies so much so it’s little surprise we’re left wondering how much to spend on groceries. The USDA estimates Americans spend about 10% of their income on food. That includes groceries and eating out. I’ve invited Robbie, a personal finance blogger from EAT Money, to dive into the question “how much should I […] Read more…

how to grow celery in water

How to Regrow Celery From the Stalk

Learning how to regrow celery from the stalk is one of my favorite hacks to reduce food waste. Not only am I making better use of something that I would have otherwise composted (or threw in the stock pot), but I’m literally making more food by just adding water! This tutorial will teach you how […] Read more…

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How to Regrow Green Onions Indoors (From Scraps!)

Learning how to regrow green onions from cuttings is one of my favorite hacks to reduce food waste. Not only am I making better use of something that I would have otherwise composted (or threw in the stock pot), but I’m literally making food out of water! The process is the same for any type […] Read more…

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Why Is Your Kitchen Cleaning Taking so Long?

Cleaning the kitchen can be one of the most time-consuming projects when it comes to home maintenance. It’s not surprising, considering how much goes on in the kitchen, between cooking, cleaning dishes, baking, and even eating if you use your kitchen as a dining area. Doing a full deep clean of your kitchen can be […] Read more…

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